Kenny Osborn: AngelRide 2015

By Kenny Osborn
June 26, 2015

On Sunday night after the ride into Mystic, we sat fireside under a star filled sky telling stories and laughing in the warm and smoky air when the realization settled in to each of us. Somehow it h…


Kyle Says Thank You

By Kyle Hilborn
June 10, 2015

Thank you for everything you did this past weekend. It was one of the most incredible and most enjoyable weekends I have ever had.


True Colors

By Lizzie Parsons
May 18, 2015

This is a poem by former Camper Lizzie Parsons, who is celebrating her 10th year cancer free. Her whole family has participated in AngelRide from the very start, well before anyone imagined cancer arr…


George Bussman's AngelRide Story

By George Bussman
May 14, 2015

As Mr. Paul Newman and several wise physicians discovered decades earlier, giving children who have been diagnosed with severe and often terminal diseases the chance to interact and play with their pe…


What makes AngelRide so special?

By Andy Heeps
May 11, 2015

Many people have asked me what makes AngelRide and the Hole in The Wall Gang Hospital Outreach Program (HITWG - HOP) so special, what is it that brings riders back year after year. I think I might fin…


My AngelRide Experience: James Wheeler

By James Wheeler
May 8, 2015

Have you ever thought about riding your bike across the state you live in? I hadn’t until last December when my mom suggested that I do the Angel Ride. Angel Ride is an annual two day bike ride from N…


What a cool team to be a part of!

By Lauren Schlather
May 5, 2015

It's a rare thing to find camp magic outside of camp gates, but AngelRide provided a 135 mile trail of safety, respect, and love. Everyone supported each other, shared stories, cheered each other on, …


Why AngelRide Was the Best Experience of Greig Trout's Life

By Lynn McCarthy
April 30, 2015

In 2014, Greig Trout, a 2-time cancer survivor with one kidney, heart failure, and post traumatic stress disorder, participated in AngelRide. With only one week to train and using a borrowed bike, Gre…


The Good, The Bad, and The Smelly (or how to put the FUN in your fundraising)

By Karen Grouten
April 27, 2015

If I haven’t said it before, I will say it again. I have a really hard time coming out and asking people for money. So, as I said in my first blogpost I try to invite them to become part of the team b…


AngelRide is a Way of Life

By Bill Appleby
April 24, 2015

AngelRide starts earlier in the Appleby household then most. As close friends to the co-founders of this amazing charity, we are honored to listen to new business ideas that only last week were scratc…


The story about a man I met at the Dunkin Donuts one Sunday morning

By Kenny Osborn
April 20, 2015

At 9:30 AM John and I were dressed in our lycra finest outside the Dunkin Donuts as the church crowd filed in. We had been riding our trainers while collecting donations for the AngelRide for about a…


The Road Less Traveled

By Alan St. Peter
April 16, 2015

Nine years ago, Alan St. Peter and Angela "Angel" Uihlein rode the first leg on day one of AngelRide 2006. Angel was 15 and was still recovering from her bone marrow transplant. Alan had rearranged hi…


Top Safety Tips for Riders in Training

By Dan Barufaldi
April 13, 2015

Here at AngelRide, we're always thinking about safety. Let's take a moment to highlight some safe practices for riding, to help establish good habits throughout your training rides. Whatever you pract…


One hill at a time: My ride with the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp

By Judith E. Lackey
April 9, 2015

In 2012, when I signed up for my first Angel ride, I had no idea what I was in for. The energy of the riders and volunteers was incredible. There really isn’t anything easy about the ride, but what…


A Camper and Young AngelRider Shares his Story

By Jack Krupienski
April 6, 2015

My name is Jack Krupienski and this will be my third year of AngelRide. I did my first AngelRide when I was about 11 years old after doing biking charity events for the Hole in The Wall Gang Camp. Thi…


A Message From the Man who Stood Up

By Ed Dean
April 2, 2015

No matter how much you give, being part of a community like the AngelRide will always give you more back. They turn every setback, pain and heartache into love, beauty and smiles. They are the currenc…


When a Man Stood Up

By Dana Bean
March 30, 2015

My very best AngelRide memory did not happen on the bike, or at a rest stop, or a finish line. It happened at about 8:30 PM on Saturday night May 26th 2012 at camp, when a man stood up.


Dave Gruendel's New Perspective

By Dave Gruendel
March 26, 2015

For the last 10 years, I have looked forward to AngelRide - the entire experience that is "AngelRide" - with enthusiasm, excitement, and energy. For those of you are part of the AngelRide family, you …


Fundraising: A Form of Minsitry

By Karen Grouten
March 23, 2015

Fundraising is certainly not begging. It’s just the opposite. Fundraising is first and foremost a form of ministry. It is a way of announcing our vision and inviting other people into our mission. …


It’s Asia or AngelRide

By Katherine Bartlett
March 19, 2015

In 2009, I was fortunate enough to participate in my very first AngelRide. AngelRide is not just a one-weekend event, but those whom have done the ride for many years become a family. My favorite wee…


My AngelRide Story - Dana Bean

By Dana Bean
March 16, 2015

I’ve ridden in the two-day AngelRide for the past six years, and God willing, I’ll ride it for twenty six more! I began riding AngelRide as a goal, something to shoot for in order to get back in shape…


Pain Threshold

By Theresa Birmingham
March 13, 2015

Pain is such a relative word. Childbirth. Marathons. Migraines. Stubbing your toe. Paper cuts. Seven years ago, I went in for my second tattoo, and damn, it hurt. After sitting there for about forty f…


Get ready AngelRiders. It's going to be another great year!

By Lynn McCarthy
March 11, 2015

Welcome to Angel Ride's first Blog article. This is the first of many to come. Like AngelRide, this belongs to you. Send me your stories. Share your poems, videos, photos, and drawings. Whatever tells…